Despite her escalating body count, Lara Croft has no problem crossing borders.
Tinder has announced updates to its app in response to user requests, including the addition of job and education information to personal profiles, a cleaner messaging interface and an improved matching algorithm.
If the main reason you keep news apps on your phone is their alerts, go ahead and delete them.
Ad execs aren't taking the threat of ad-blocking software seriously and that's a mistake, says this LinkedIn executive.
Valuations for tech startups seemingly know no bounds but the co-founder of Flickr told CNBC that she believes tech startups worth $1 billion or more – the so-called "unicorns" of the industry – are "highly over-valued."
Just halfway into this year's Singles' Day shopping event, Alibaba has already eclipsed its record sales result from 2014.
Facebook’s Messenger app has received a new dose of artificial intelligence, and will now start recognising the faces of users’ friends in photographs uploaded to the service.
Yahoo may have the revenue and scale to make a comeback, but increasingly, experts are questioning whether it is missing a key ingredient: Human capital.
“War,” intones your character solemnly.
At dawn on Wednesday an army of 1.7 million foot soldiers and 400,000 vehicles will fan out across towns and cities in China.
It was simply too hard to compete with the public tech giants, said LinkedIn Chairman Reid Hoffman.
Amazon’s progress toward an army of helpful robots is one step closer: a prize for the best warehouse-working “picker” machine has gone to a robot designed by a team from TU Delft Robotics Institute and Delft Robotics, both based in the Netherlands.